Questions and Answers about LHC Group

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at LHC Group.

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Is LHC Group really a great place to work?

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Home Office is HORRIBLE. Will suck the life right outta ya. Degrading culture with horrible benefits. I think I have PTSD from this place.

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No it is not. Late scheduling waiting to see til after 5pm to know what you are doing for the following day. Lack of continuity of care.

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Absolutely not! Run away as fast as you possibly can!

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Horrible place to work. Profits more important then patient care. Poor management and unprofessional supervisors who dictate a workload that is impossible to perform

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Simply put...NO

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It's a horrible place to work. The company is money driven only

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As far as the Home Office goes, if you're a recent college grad in need of expereince I'd say LHC is a decent place for a entry-level first job. If you're more of a mid-career experienced professional, you're probably not going to find the opportunities for growth and advancement you might expect at a company this size. Also, I was very surprised at the amount of nepotism going on here. When I mentioned it to my colleagues, they just laughed and said it was par for the course due to the good 'ol boy Cajun culture of the leadership.

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I do hope the company readvthese reviews....Seems like much much improvement needed especially in management...Was going to apply buttt will pass after reading the reviews.....Improve people...Its the only way....Good luck

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No. Nurses work 24/7 with visits, call, driving and charting. Supervisors sit in the office and leave at 430 and have weekends off although they are rn's too

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No. After lots of computer orientation and finally getting in field they terminate you without giving warning or chance to defend yourself. Poor upper management.

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